1 oz 2023 Austrian Philharmonic Gold Coin | Austrian Mint

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An Investment Celebrating Music & Beauty

The Austrian Mint first released the Austrian Philharmonic Series in 1989, designed by Chief Engraver, Thomas Pesendorfer. While the coin is available in various weights and metals, the 1 oz gold coin remains a firm favourite with investors worldwide. Add one to your collection today!

About the Austrian Philharmonic Gold Coin

The Vienna Philharmonic gold coin, which came out for the first time in October 1989, is the most popular investment coin in Europe. The World Gold Council says it was the most popular gold coin in 1992, 1995, 1996, and 2000. Originally, there were a lot of ideas for themes for the coin, but in the end, music won because it is a peaceful language that people all over the world can understand. And of course, you can’t go past the world-famous Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra from Austria.

The 1 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic was the series’ first coin, released simultaneously as a 1/4-ounce gold coin. Sales quickly dominated and in 1991, a 1/10 oz gold coin was released, and in 1994, a 1/2 oz gold coin was issued. Twenty years later, in 2014, the final addition to the set was a 1/25-oz gold coin. This was created to commemorate the series’ 25th anniversary.

Because they are legal tender, the Austrian government guarantees the coin’s weight and purity. The 1 oz coin has a face value of 100 Euros and contains one troy ounce of 99.99% pure gold (24 carats).

Features of the 1 oz Austrian Philharmonic Gold Coin

Thomas Pesendorfer, who was in charge of engraving at the Austrian Mint, designed the coin. On the back, he chose eight typical orchestral instruments: four violins on either side of a cello in the front, and a Viennese horn, a bassoon, and a harp.

The famous pipe organ from the Goldener Saal of Vienna’s Musikverein, known worldwide as the setting for the Philharmonic’s New Year concerts, is on the front of the coin. Friedrich Ladegast built the first organ in 1872. Since then, the organ has been fixed up and replaced several times, most recently in 2011. Even though there have been technical changes, the body of the organ looks the same.

The words “Republik sterreich” are in a half-circle above the organ. Below the organ’s balustrade, the weight and purity of the coin and the date it was made are written. The value of the coin is written along the bottom edge. The edge of the coin has a small ridge.

The coin is presented in protective flips, tubes of 10 coins made of acrylic, or mint-sealed boxes of 100 coins.

These 1 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic coins are distributed in brilliant uncirculated condition and there are over 30 versions available.

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